Hibernation

There’s no reason to hibernate. Except that it’s damn cold out, it’s been a long winter, and spring is right around the corner. How do we know? Because Mulberry Creek Herb Farm opens for the season this week. Ingenuity’s spring Ignite! series for artist-entrepreneurs starts in about a week.

So for now, there’s plenty to do. Performance poets Michael Salinger and Sara Holbrook have teamed up with drummer/visual artist Scott Pickering on a new book, Dreaming Big and Small, and the launch event at Loganberry promises “great performances and random acts of art.” The Chef’s Garden in Huron is hosting a carrot/potato dinner. Guitarist Lucas Kadish returns to CLE from NYC as part of Tri-C’s “Flying Home” series. Rock Hall Nights explores fashion, and Art House serves chili in handmade ceramic bowls.

Dial up this week’s CoolCLE PODCASTfeaturing music from Akron’s Coup de Grace, while Irish accordianist John Whelan and Americana outfit Low Lily collaborate on an early St. Pat’s party at G.A.R. Hall. If you’re still hibernating, you’re going to miss it. –Thomas Mulready

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